Chogi Kishaba

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Chogi Kishaba
Other names Choji Kishaba [1]
Style Gōjū-ryū, Yamane Ryu[1]
Teacher(s) Chōjun Miyagi, Masami Chinen
Notable students Toshihiro Oshiro[1]

Chogi Kishaba (喜舎場 朝義 Kishaba Chōgi?), also Choji Kishaba, is an Okinawan martial arts master and founder of the Ryukyu Bujutsu Kenkyu Doyukai (RBKD).

Kishaba's older brother, Chokei Kishaba, was also an Okinawan martial arts master.

Ryukyu Bujutsu Kenkyu Doyukai[edit]

Kishaba was one of the very few remaining practitioners of Yamane Ryu in Okinawa.[1] In 1985 Kishaba and Toshihiro Oshiro founded, the RBKD, an organization dedicated to the research and development of Okinawan Martial Arts. Oshiro's dojo is located in San Mateo, California.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Okinawan Karate, Second Edition, by Mark Bishop, p. 122, ISBN 0-8048-3205-6

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